## Calculate a Rectangle Area

## Calculator Use

Calculate cubic yards volume for landscape corporeal, mulch, filling, annoy, cementum or containers. Enter dimensions in US units ( inches or feet ) or measured units ( centimeters or meters ) to calculate the cubic yards, cubic feet and cubic meters. besides calculate the cost of materials when you enter the price per cubic foot, price per cubic yard or price per cubic meter .

record measurements in US units or metric unit units. Calculate volume from your measurements in inches ( in ), feet ( foot ), yards ( yd ), centimeters ( centimeter ), or meters ( thousand ). You can besides enter decimal values. For case, if you have one measurement that is 7’3 ” you can enter that as 7.25 feet ( 3 ” /12 ” = 0.25 foot ). If you have a measurement of 245 centimeter you can besides enter that deoxyadenosine monophosphate 2.45 megabyte .

If you have an sphere in square feet you can still calculate cubic yards. In the calculator, choose Rectangle. Enter your square feet in the Length field, and enter “ 1 ” in the Width field. Enter how deep you want the fill in the Depth field. Click “ Calculate ” and your answer will be shown in cubic yards.

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## How to Calculate Cubic Yards using feet and inches

### Measure

- Measure your area in feet
- Determine the depth of your material, say mulch, that you will put on this area generally using depth in inches

### Convert all of your measurements to feet

- If you measured in feet only skip to “Calculate”
- If you measured in feet & inches, divide inches by 12 and add that to your feet measure to get total feet
- If you measured in inches only, divide inches by 12 and that is your measurement in feet

### Calculate Cubic Yards

- Calculate your area
- Calculate your volume: Multiply area times the depth to get volume in cubic feet
- Calculate your cubic yards: Divide cubic feet by 27 to convert to cubic yards and this is your answer
- Where ft2 = square foot, ft3 = cubic foot, yd3 = cubic yard

## Cubic Yards Formulas and Area Calculations

### Square Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

square area

Using measurements in feet:

Area ft2 = 2 x Side Length

Volume ft3 = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards yd3 = Volume ft3 / 27

Using measurements in feet : Area ft= 2 ten Side LengthVolume ft= Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards yd= volume ft/ 27

### Rectangle Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

rectangle area

Using measurements in feet:

Area ft2 = Length x Width

Volume ft3 = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards yd3 = Volume ft3 / 27

Using measurements in feet : Area ft= Length x WidthVolume ft= Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards yd= volume ft/ 27

### Rectangle Border Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

rectangle border area

Using measurements in feet:

Inner Area (ft2) = Length x Width

Total Area (ft2) = (Length + (2 x Border Width)) x (Width + (2 x Border Width))

Area (ft2) = Total Area – Inner Area

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Using measurements in feet : Inner Area ( foot ) = Length x WidthTotal Area ( foot ) = ( Length + ( 2 ten Border Width ) ) x ( Width + ( 2 ten Border Width ) ) Area ( foot ) = full Area – Inner AreaVolume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = book ( foot ) / 27

### Circle Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

circle area

Using measurements in feet:

Area (ft2) = Pi x (Diameter/2)2

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Pi = 3.14

Using measurements in feet : Area ( foot ) = Pi x ( Diameter/2 ) volume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = volume ( foot ) / 27Pi = 3.14

### Circle Border Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

circle border area

Using measurements in feet:

Outer Diameter = Inner Diameter + (2 x Border Width)

Outer Area (ft2)

= Pi x (Outer Diameter/2)2

Inner Area (ft2)

= Pi x (Inner Diameter/2)2

Area (ft2) = Outer Area – Inner Area

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Pi = 3.14

obviously, the Circle Border and Annulus are the lapp, just measured differently .

Using measurements in feet : Outer Diameter = Inner Diameter + ( 2 x Border Width ) Outer Area ( ft= Pi x ( Outer Diameter/2 ) Inner Area ( ft= Pi x ( Inner Diameter/2 ) Area ( foot ) = Outer Area – Inner AreaVolume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = bulk ( foot ) / 27Pi = 3.14

### Annulus Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in an

annulus area

Using measurements in feet:

Outer Area (ft2)

= Pi x (Outer Diameter/2)2

Inner Area (ft2)

= Pi x (Inner Diameter/2)2

Area (ft2) = Outer Area – Inner Area

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Pi = 3.14

obviously, the Circle Border and Annulus are the same, fair measured differently .

Using measurements in feet : Outer Area ( ft= Pi x ( Outer Diameter/2 ) Inner Area ( ft= Pi x ( Inner Diameter/2 ) Area ( foot ) = Outer Area – Inner AreaVolume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = bulk ( foot ) / 27Pi = 3.14

### Triangle Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

triangle area

Using measurements in feet:

Area (ft2) = (1/4) x square root[ (a+b+c) x (b+c-a) x (c+a-b) x (a+b-c) ]

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Using measurements in feet : Area ( foot ) = ( 1/4 ) ten square beginning [ ( a+b+c ) ten ( b+c-a ) x ( c+a-b ) ten ( a+b-c ) ] volume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = volume ( foot ) / 27

### Trapezoid Area

#### Calculate cubic yards using depth in a

trapezoid area

Using measurements in feet:

Area (ft2) = ((a + b) / 2 )h

Volume (ft3) = Depth x Area

Volume in Cubic Yards (yd3) = Volume (ft3) / 27

Using measurements in feet : Area ( foot ) = ( ( a + boron ) / 2 ) hVolume ( foot ) = Depth x AreaVolume in Cubic Yards ( yd ) = book ( foot ) / 27